Rihanna (34) fans have more and more reason to be happy: not only will the singer, as already announced, celebrate her comeback on the Super Bowl stage next year – the whole thing will also be recorded for a documentary.

As the “Umbrella” musician announced a few weeks ago with an Instagram post, she will be on stage at the halftime show of the mega sporting event on February 12, 2023 at Arizona’s State Farm Stadium in Glendale. The British tabloid The Sun is now reporting that Rihanna has struck a “multimillion dollar deal” with Apple TV for a documentary about her big comeback.

“Rihanna is a massive force to be reckoned with when it comes to music and that’s why Apple paid millions,” the newspaper quoted a music industry source as saying. Rihanna is scheduled to be recorded during rehearsals and meetings leading up to the big night. The film is also intended to “give a glimpse into her life as she really is now that she’s returning to pop as a mom.”

Rihanna became a mother for the first time earlier this year, the father of the little son is the rapper A$AP Rocky (34). Just over three weeks ago, Rihanna released her first single in six years, the title song “Lift Me Up” for the “Black Panther” sequel